Google has agreed to pay £130m in owed taxes following a six-year inquiry by HM Revenue & Customs. The BBC reports the payment relates to money owed since 2005. Google says the deal will also see the online search firm pay more in UK tax in the future. Google paid £20.4m in UK taxes in […]
The FCA has narrowly escaped the “nuclear option” of a Parliamentary vote of no confidence but the regulator still faces fundamental questions over its future. MPs gathered this week to vote on a motion tabled by Conservative MP for Aberconwy Guto Bebb, which stated “this House believes that the FCA in its current form is […]
M&G Investments, the investment arm of Prudential, has appointed Aberdeen Asset Management chief investment officer as its new chief executive. Current chief executive Michael McLintock has decided to retire from the helm of M&G, and as an executive director of Prudential. McLintock has been M&G since 1992, and been chief executive since 1997. He also […]
The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee has voted unanimously to keep the base rate at 0.5 per cent. The committee voted 9-0 to keep base rates at their current low levels. At the last meeting just one member, Ian McCafferty, voted for a rise, saying he expected inflation to increase faster than the committee’s expectations. […]
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